Jun 10, 16
It is safe to say that the online world is still growing. To stay in line with the new technologies, it is important to use well known tools to your own advantage and keep track of all content writing tips that are available online. Sounds easy, right?
May 06, 15
On the face of it, there doesn’t seem to be much to developing a successful web presence. Simply design a site, populate with some content and wait for the traffic to roll in. That’s all there is to it, right?
Dec 23, 14
So, you’ve decided to launch a new website. You know exactly what it should look like, what it should do, and how you’ll entice people to visit. The only thing you’re not sure of is who’s going to do it.
Mar 05, 14
Bloggers are always looking out for effective strategies to increase the traffic. One very effective strategy is to build the community related to your blog. It has lot of advantages except reader loyalty. Wondering what they are? Community is an easy way to get feedback, responsiveness to the suggestions and last but not the least decent reception of the products. These reasons are enough to convince you. Now if you are worried how to build an effective community around the blog, then the below given tips will help:
Jul 10, 13
Site’s load speed is one of the most basic yet one of the most powerful credentials to generate online traffic which can be easily translated to revenue. And this has been one of our challenges on our server which has been crippled down by multiple-shutdowns during peak time due to traffic spike. After a month of optimization, from server configuration, template and plugins update as well adding cache mechanism and CDN to fasten up and optimized the server resources –we finally made a stable and optimized server.
Jun 03, 13
Are you into online marketing? Are you wondering why your website is not getting the traffic that you hoped it would get? Are you frustrated selling your innovative new gadget to people and being shrugged off? This might be of help to you.
Feb 12, 13
The buzz around Google Plus’ launch in September 2011 was as deafening as the eventual response was muted. Not so long ago, the stock SEO joke was that only people on Google Plus were dutiful Google employees, but with the search engine’s colossal influence on digital, search and content marketing, it should perhaps not be a surprise that it is truly beginning to brings its influence to bear.
Dec 13, 12
Page load speed could be a key factor to start a business online, basically it’s like setting your first impression to your customers, the faster the better. So what if your site’s page load speed is terrible enough to have plenty of possible business opportunities taken away by your competitors? What can you do to optimize your hosting and your site?
We had worked several weeks with Liquidweb support on an issue for a terrible Time To First Byte(TTFB) speed and it turns out to be a collective issue when you’re running multiple sites(WordPress) on a single server. Along with this issue, will be periodical shutdown of your server mainly by server overload as a results of multiple processes eating your server resources abnormally. So here are few simple steps that we have implemented on each site to improve and optimize the overall server and site performances.
1. First determine which WordPress plugins are utilizing resources that you think affecting your site’s loading speed. You can evaluate it by using, P3 (Plugin Performance Profiler) plugin. P3 will show you a pie graph of each plugin that is running on your site with their utilization. From here, you can eliminate them one by one, or you can find other alternative plugins that is doing the same thing yet utilizing just enough resources. The good example for this one, will be the Digg Digg plugins that shows terrible impact on my site’s load speed, thus replacing this with same AA’s Digg Digg Alternative plugins shows good result.
2. Once you’ve eliminate all unnecessary plugins, now move on configuring each site’s W3 Total Cache plugins along with the CDN configuration. I’m using MaxCDN on my side and as shared server, you need to configure it using the default “Disk or Disk Enhanced” for each cache option. I tried using “Memcache” but unfortunately when you test it using WebPageTest, the “Disk” setup performs better. Drop me an email and I can send you the exported setup of my W3 Cache.
3. Now see the improvements of your site’s load speed. You can check it using the WebPageTest. Note that you need to apply each optimization steps on each site on your server.
After these few steps, tell us how your site load improvements? Currently, all sites on my VPS loads on less than 10 seconds on first page load and less than 3 seconds on second page visit —-this is ultimately 50% better than my previous setup.
If you can suggest other steps to improve site load that you’ve already implemented, feel free to share it on the comment line.
Jul 03, 12
When we’re talking about site speed the aesthetics boils down to the page load and its capability to withstand sudden traffic spike from incoming linking from highly trafficked sites such reddit or your post get sourced to a post of Engadget. The page load is even more crucial as mighty Google is using site speed as a signal in its search algorithm even Yahoo! and a small deviation on a normal 3-second rule can kill your conversion rate.
May 09, 12
Noticed a great changes on your search traffic, rankings and forms of advertising that some direct advertisers quoted on your site? These significant changes could be the results of Google’s recent Penguin and Panda Update. Now if you’re looking for on how you can optimize your site against these Google updates, the first step, you need to know the reasons for penalization somehow like a reputationdefender. Learn more after the break.